The following list of community support and educational resources is not an exhaustive list. Rather, it includes some recommendations from members of the Diversity & Inclusion Council.
For additional suggestions and guidance, please email the Office of Multicultural and Identity Programs or call 781-239-3890.
This section contains resources for members of our community can review to begin their work on education around race, institutionalized racism, and ways to practice effective, action-based allyship.
For recommendations for additions to this list, please email email@example.com.
This print resource for presenters and facilitators at Babson College offers insights on harmful or exclusionary language and its impact on community members and provides alternative options for better and more inclusive language.
Project Implicit is a nonprofit organization and international collaboration between researchers who are interested in implicit social cognition—thoughts and feelings outside of conscious awareness and control. The goal of the organization is to educate the public about hidden biases and to provide a virtual laboratory for collecting data on the internet.
Take the IAT (Implicit Association Test) to learn insights about your unconscious or automatic biases about diversity and differences. We all have hidden biases that we may not realize, but your willingness to examine them is an important step in understanding stereotypes in our society and how Babson is continuing to enrich our diversity and inclusion initiatives. There are several options to gain insight, but we strongly recommend that you start by taking the tests for race, gender, sexuality, disability, or skin tone.
Only Project Implicit has access to your anonymous responses for research purposes.
Off-Campus Community Resources